|Pete Kelley Blues - Richard Breen|
Pete Kelley Blues (1951) arrived on radio almost two years after Jack Webb reached stardom in Dragnet. All the Webb trademarks were here: the quips, the snappy comebacks, the short-tempered realism. Much of the show's appeal was in the music: Webb was a lifelong fan of hot jazz. This is one of Webb's best shows and the basis of his 1955 film of the same name. NBC SUSTAINING Wednesdays 8:00 - 8:30 pm STARS: Jack Webb ANNOUNCER: George Fenneman CREATER: Richard Breen WRITERS: James Moser, Jo Eisng...
Keywords: Jack Webb; Old Time Radio Show
Downloads: 8,352 (1 review)
|Everybody's Blues - Lucille Hegamin|
Lucille Hegamin was one of the very first black blues singers to record. "Everybody's Blues" is from her first record, made in November 1920 for the small independent Arto/Bell label. Her recording career lasted into the early 1930s. She is backed on this record by Harris' Blues and Jazz Seven. From the original 78 rpm disk (Bell P-45).
Keywords: Music; Blues; Jazz; 78rpm
Downloads: 9,538 (1 review)
|Malaya - The Cave - Malaya|
Soundscape-artist Malaya, from Tilburg (Netherlands) is back with a new and âto say the least- terrifying soundscape. Never one to look on the bright side of things, her newest effort âThe Caveâ is her darkest work to date. In this one-take half-hour session Malaya takes you places you never knew existed. If fear, angst and darkness had a sound, it would sound like Malaya.
Keywords: Malaya; Cave; Hello Sunshine
Downloads: 313 (2 reviews)
|Gates Blues - Jimmy Wade And His Dixielanders|
Gates Blues by Jimmy Wade And His Dixielanders - Brunswick 80041 (C2429) 1928 Recorded from 78 rpm vinyl
Keywords: 78 rpm
Downloads: 3,113 (2 reviews)
|[dlnet024] - Alexis Perepelycia - Mundo Caos - Alexis Perepelycia|
A new comer to the Dreamland camp, Alexis hails from Argentina (which seems to be a growing haven for interesting sound sculptors i.e. Pablo Reche). Serving up four tracks of an almost clinical precision. Sounds consist of tiny microscopic beats atop broken sound scapes of static & scratches, static insect chirping, hum, electronically fried rain samples and who knows what else?
Downloads: 943 (3 reviews)
|Christmas on Old-Time Radio|
Norman Corwin's legendary Christmas verse and Henry Morgan's Christmas satire
Downloads: 9,735 (2 reviews)
|All Coons Look Alike to Me - Arthur Collins with Vess L. Ossman|
Downloads: 19,279 (25 reviews)